Pitt Cue initially launched as a food truck on the Southbank, grew to a small premises in Soho and has now opened a much larger restaurant in Devonshire Square, in the heart of the city.
The decor is quirky with an industrial, almost speakeasy, type feel but at the back of the restaurant are the chefs working in an open kitchen preparing the delicious food.
The menu is short and sweet and changes regularly – there are also around 4 specials each day, although some of these do run out depending on popularity. We had quite a few questions about the menu but our waitress was very helpful explaining the different choices.
We started with the Aged Beef Sausage, smoked walnut and peas and the Lamb’s Heart. Loved the sausage but the heart was not for me – my friend enjoyed it though (they also had ox tongue on the menu!).
On to the main event, we had the special Smoked short rib with some Crispy Potato Skins and the Rump Cap & Onions. I was surprised that they did not have the normal chips or mac and cheese on the menu but these potato skins were amazing!! The short rib fell off the bone and was melt in your mouth!
Good service and atmosphere and intrigued about the changing menus, although sometimes I do like to know what to order in advance!